The Body Doctor is a family run business and winners of the Queen's Award for Enterprise 2016 in the innovation category. Sue Grant and her two sons, Adam and Sam Wymer created The Body Doctor in 2012.
Sue, Adam & Sam and a great team of support staff, offering high quality solutions to aid a range of medical conditions. We use hot and cold therapy to optimise effectiveness in treating conditions.
Dr. Hilary Jones recommends and supports The Eye Doctor and is our medical advisor together with Dr. Colin Parsloe (Specialty Doctor in Ophthalmology The Milton Keynes University Hospital).
All of The Body Doctor products are tested voluntarily to BS8433/2004 Personal Warmer test. CE certified. Our products have also passed: REACH BSEN 14362-1/2, Pesticides, EN71 Pt 3.
To work with eye health professionals to raise awareness within the general population of the benefits of performing daily eyelid hygiene, both as a remedial solution to an existing condition and also as a preventative measure. The focus in the industry, is generally on how to treat occurrences of MGD, Blepharitis and Dry Eye Disease. We have seen a dramatic increase over the years in using various forms of technology such as smart phones and computers and also an increase in prescribed medication. These factors and an aging population are all contributors to a variety of eye conditions, consequently it is inevitable that we continue to see a rapid increase in the number of sufferers. Whilst our products offer a treatment for these conditions, our focus is on educating people on the need for daily eyelid hygiene as routine, to help prevent the symptoms and conditions from arising as we age. Our vision is to contribute to reduce the currently increasing number of patients around the world.
We are eyelid hygiene specialists. Our hot eye compresses are the market leaders in providing innovative, uniquely designed, clinically proven treatments for a range of eye complaints, which we are proud to supply globally. With an aging population around the world, our products, in partnership with the healthcare professionals, provide solutions for the increasing number of patients suffering with a variety of debilitating conditions. We provide a healthy, creative work environment and offer top quality products and educational programmes to Ophthalmologists and eye care retailers. The Body Doctor was created to offer the best treatment options for MGD, Blepharitis and Dry Eye Disease patients, at a cost effective price and lead the way in continual innovation.
Dr Hilary Jones qualified from the Royal Free Hospital medical school in 1976 spending two years in postgraduate posts at that hospital in general medicine and surgery, oncology, intensive care and accident and emergency. He has also worked as a Senior House in Ophthalmology before entering General Practice assisting in Glaucoma and Cataract extraction procedures.
“I have been researching and managing patients with Dry Eye Disease for many years. I am a member of the Prominent International Tear Film and Ocular Surface Society. I am a keen educator and I have lectured for a number of organisations including Moorfields Eye Hospital, Alcon and Allergan. I have been published in the peer reviewed journal – the British Journal of Ophthalmology. I have taught other Ophthalmologists and Optometrists. I am the founder of a Dry Eye Disease support group for patients offering information and support.”
"The Eye Doctor is a simple and effective, reusable solution in treating a wide range of eye conditions."Dr Hilary Jones, GP, TV Presenter, Medical Broadcaster, Author and Public Speaker
"A lot of what I have seen on the market doesn't look as professional and feel as nice as your products. The strap and the fact it's washable is a huge plus. I shall definitely be recommending it!"The-Body-Doctor.com CustomerMarch 2017
"In my opinion The Eye Doctor is the best quality eye mask on the market. Not only do I love it for my eyes, but it appears to be my patient’s first choice microwavable hot compress."Dr Colin Parsloe, Specialty Doctor in Ophthalmology, The Milton Keynes, University Hospital